Mercom: Rising allocations from debt players, private equity, venture capital and public markets helped global industry raise US$9bn between January and June 2019.
Mercom: US$300m ReNew Power deal and stock exchange listings help industry raise US$6bn in H1 2019 from venture capitalists, public markets and debt providers.
Switzerland’s aventron raises debt from Banco Sabadell for first installation of 100MW duo in Toledo and Murcia provinces, set to be built by Solarpack.
State utility secures over US$20 million in funding to build complex in Kampong Chhnang province and will now tender for developers to deploy a 60MW first batch.
Turkish EPC 77 Group secures loans from ADB, CFPS II for project it will build in Kandahar through public-private partnership.
Firm raises €23m (US$25.67m) subordinated loan from Hansainvest Real Assets to support 85 solar installations, with plans to add new projects.
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec will back over 100 projects with an initial £150m debt injection, with a possibility for further funding.
London IPO plans emerge as firm chases institutional money to buy 16 wind, PV, hydro, storage, grid projects across EU markets, with the UK excluded.
Mining giant replaces coal with green certificates at Utah operation, residential solar specialist Spruce Finance bags senior secured facility, FTC launches data platform.
Move to finance panel installations with US$13,000 facilities sees the light as smaller PV segment grows exponentially to hit 415MW in Q1 2019.
BayWa r.e. divests 30.8MW Emmen project to asset manager, EBRD and GCF back 30MW project, Engie divests in Germany and the Netherlands.
Myanmar-based off-grid PV company SolarHome has raised US$10 million in debt funding from a group of international investors, including Crowdcredit from Japan and Trine from Sweden, in order to expand across Myanmar.